As I washed and dried my baby, my car, I thought of some more vehicular grievances.
[list]- stinky cars. I understand not everyone could afford the best cars, but these OLD cars pollute our air. I feel like I’m suffocating when I’m stopped behind one of these cars, and must close the vents as quickly as possible. Even then, that awful, poisonous air is still in my car.
- crappy cars. Again, I know not everyone can afford the best cars, but some people just show such negligence with their cars. If they don’t care about their own car, are they going to care about others? And since they probably don’t pay much for their car insurance, they’re probably not going to invest too much to cover damage that they do to other cars. It’s kind of like how women can guess how a man might treat them, based on his relationship with his mother.
- lazy honkers. These people honk their horn instead of getting out of their car to ring the door bell, or calling the person they’re picking up from a cell phone. Besides, how can people know whose horn is honking? There used to be this person who picked up my neighbor everyday, for work, at 8 am, while I was still trying to sleep. argh. I wanted to open up my window and scream, “Get a #%^$ cell phone!”
- dyslexic drivers. What’s up with these drivers who can’t tell the difference between the brake and accelerator, and drive and reverse? People make mistakes with these things occasionally, but I’m talking about the ones who inflict serious–sometimes deadly–damage because they slam on the accelerator instead of the brakes and don’t let go.
- rubberneckers. I understand that humans are curious creatures. However, there’s just no need to slow down so much to stare at an accident. [color=gray]Just glance if you can’t resist; but if you can’t see anything, move on. It won’t be the last accident you’ll ever see.[/color]
aww… it’s nice to let this out… I feel at peace now…